Abramovich Finally Gives Green Light To Ambush Arsenal In Pursuit Of “£70M World Class” Target After Blues Fail To Land Erling Haaland

Latest Chelsea related news from the media, suggests Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich is very much interested in having Serie A top scorer Dusan Vlahovic at Stamford Bridge this January after a failed move to land Dortmund ace Erling Haaland.

The Blues are reportedly one of a number of Premier League clubs to have expressed an interest in signing the Fiorentina striker this January with Arsenal currently in forefront of signing the prolific striker.

He is the current top goalscorer in Serie A with 16 goals in 19 outings this season, and is being linked with a whole host of top European clubs as he enters the final 18 months of his contract in Florence.

‘Chelsea are the latest side to show interest in the Serbian after owner Roman Abramovich indicated interest despite Romelu Lukaku and Timo Werner’s presence in the Blues attack. According to reports in Italy, where a move to Arsenal or Tottenham is also in prospect, the 21-year-old is yet to decide the next phase of his sky-rocketing football career.

Fiorentina are considering a sale given Vlahovic’s stock is currently sky-high as he enters the final 18 months of his contract,’ the report in the Express states.

There appears to be no way back for him in Florence – despite being offered the chance to become the highest-paid player in La Viola’s history.

Instead, Vlahovic wants to make the next step in his career after matching Cristiano Ronaldo’s calendar year record of 33 goals in 2021.

The 21-year-old has been given a hefty price tag by the Italian side in a bid to fend off any interest. 

His club are currently looking for around £70million to let him leave but so far, nobody looks willing to pay that this month.

According to Tuttomercato in Italy, Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester City, or Juventus are the four likely destinations when he does eventually leave Fiorentina.’

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